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start in preschool program in grant county. a complete list of closures and delays right now on wlwt.com. good morning, i am lisa cooney. mark: i am our case. let' s begin with randi rico for a closer look at when that snow is getting out of here. randi: i know you' re hoping not to see any more of this. you can see the back edge of the flurries and snow showers are rolling and through the 270 five loop. areas on the west side of town, areas to the north, watching the last flurries slide through. downtown, that back edge working to the southern and eastern portions of the 275 loop. snow flurries coming to an end for many areas. now it is rolling through hamilton county. by the time we get to 8:00 a.m. or so, the back edge is starting to pull out of our area. expect improving conditions as
temperatures. 33 degrees in springboro. 34 in cincinnati. temperatures a bit above freezing, most places just wet roads reporting. watching flurries move through. lunchtime, the snow is long gone but the clouds are sticking around. 36 degrees. about 40 degrees for the day. a big-time warm-up is on the way. i will have that in a couple of minutes. let' s get you out safely on the wet roads. kyla: things are looking pretty good. wet conditions so far. we have not seen any incidents or anything to slow you down. just fine. 275 at hamilton on the northwest corner for those heading up toward forest park were sharonville, traffic looks good in all directions. across the river, has not quite thinned out southbound.
the next hour or northbound will get heavy. decent volume southbound, but no delays. 71 at victory parkway, looking good. easy breezy commute on the 71 corridor. things are looking pretty great as you head outside. just some wet pavement. mark: a mother and child killed in a crash after another car hits them head on. lisa: the driver is being treated at uc medical center, where dan griffin is live with the latest. dan: the woman who crossed the centerline, according to police, is here at uc medical center. her condition is not known this morning. police in coldspring tell us the crash happened last night on u.s. 27 about 7:00 p.m. a mother and young daughter were killed after that woman driving southbound crossed the centerline and hit them head on as they drove northbound. investigators say the area is not prone to crashes, and right now they'
happened. >> currently, what we believe happen is a vehicle was traveling north on u.s. 27 and the other car was traveling south. it appears the car traveling south cross over the median and hit the vehicle head on. dan: police are not elaborating at this point on the names of the people involved in this crash. as we are told, they' re trying to look into factors as to why this crash happened. we will keep working this story. we' re expecting an update a little later this morning. dan griffin, wlwt news 5. lisa: and abandoned car hit by a train in glendale about 11:00 last night. it happened by greenville avenue. the train was stopped while the car was moved off the tracks. no injuries. mark: another scare after a man was arrested with guns near schools in the area.
apologizing to parents. andrew: madison local schools trying to get back to normal, reassure students after monday' s school shooting. yesterday' s arrest and an alert it out by middletown may have made that more difficult. a man was found asleep in a church parking lot. bryan miller had two guns and a box of ammo in the car and was intoxicated. there is no connection to the school shooting or madison local schools other than it happened somewhat nearby. it led to a robocall being sent out by the middletown school districts. >> it is not good hearing messages like that. if nothing is happening, they need to do something about the system sending out the messages. it is not good. andrew: middletown schools later apologize. bryan miller is due in court later today. mark: a wyoming teenager is now charged with aggravated
students at wyoming high school wednesday. the 15-year-old tonight the charges in juvenile court thursday. the school district is considering security changes and for now students will see a stronger police presence this week. >> a couple of options we began talking about yesterday immediately after school was -- were that students should leave their backpacks in their lockers rather than bringing them into the hallway or into class. mark: the district says it will also make sure all doors are locked throughout the school day. lisa: do cruz -- new clues as investigators continue to talk with a 77-year-old carjacking victim to learn about what happened earlier this week. this is a look at the 2002 black toyota camry stolen on tuesday. the woman was not physically hurt, but clearly shaken by the carjacking. shopper say tuesday' s crime combined with the recent robbery of a u.s. bank ranch in the same
>> i just think it is crazy. it blows my mind somewhat to do that to an old woman. >> i thought it was pretty quiet and a nice area. i never expected anything like that to happen. lisa: police do not have a good description to go on. the man is described likely is in his 20' s, about 5' 9" with a thin build. commitment 2016, a bizarre moment in the republican presidential debate. donald trump raised plenty of eyebrows responding to marco rubio' s recent comments about the size of his hands. >> he referred to my hands as small, something else must be small. i guarantee you, there is no problem. lisa: trump was responding to attacks before the debate, blasted by the last republican nominee mitt romney. >> here is what i know host of donald trump is a phony, a fraud. his promises are as worthless as a degree from trump university.
i mean, honestly, i will address it quickly because it is irrelevant. look, mitt is a failed candidate. he failed. he failed horribly. lisa: romney did not endorse a candidate, only spoke out to condemn trump' s campaign. mark: for the most part, john kasich stayed with from the mudslinging and hopes a strategy will play well with voters. >> throughout this campaign, i talked about issues. i' ve never tried to go and get into these kind of scrums we' re seeing here on the stage. mark: this weekend, kasich will be going up against the other candidates and five contests, including the kentucky republican caucus. when voters head out this week in, the republican race could be down to four. ben carson has hinted his cap panel in today. he is promised to discuss his future in the race later today at a meeting of the conservative political action conference in
right now on wlwt.com, the classes from last night' s debate and where the candidates stand on the big issues. when we continue this morning, road rage leads to a street fight. lisa: what happened after these drivers came to blows. mark: checking out the greatest show on earth. jennifer schack is live at u.s. bank arena. lisa: that is a tug-of-war. jen and that cap e, i' m saying, she may have extra powers. a live look on fountain square. you can see the wet pavement and a few flurries still flying. randi: anytime you have a cape , you add extra power. as we look at the radar right now, we are watching those flurries and snow showers moved out of downtown cincinnati. zooming into the 275 loop, the back edge moving through. these flurries should come to an
>> you are watching cincinnati' s wlwt news 5, leading the way. mark: welcome back. 34 degrees. we still
have some light snow falling along with a rain mix. so far, no major issues created on your morning commute him at which is a good thing. we know how things can turn so quickly. kyla: that is what happened yesterday. crazy issues yesterday morning. fortunately, nothing like that. construction along 71. traveling any portion of the day today through the night, because
then one that will take place in the overnight hours. along 71 as social bill foster, they' replace this bridge. this particular project will involve installing a temporary concrete barrier wall taking place starting around 8:00 and lifting at 7:00 a.m.. if they need to extended until 9:00, they will do that. further north on 71, southbound, you will see a single lane closure, the daytime closure between 9:00 and noon. keep that in mind if you' re traveling southbound on the jeremiah more -- morrow. at this hour, northbound and southbound moving along just fine. lisa: thank you. checking today' s headlines, closing arguments begin today in the erin andrews lawsuit. the broadcaster is suing a man who sick really took new to videos of her at a nashville
andrews is suing for negligence, invasion of privacy, and infliction of emotional distress , seeking $75 million. mark: check out this new video out of california. tempers flare at an intersection and her brawl breaks out in the street. -- and a brawl except in the street that lasted about 25 seconds before a couple of guys intervene. everyone just kind of got in their cars and drove away. that is scary. lisa: major u.s. airlines launching flights to cuba. u.s. government will allow 20 daily round-trip flights to havana and 10 other cities in cuba. the airlines want more flights and the department of transportation could decide to allow the increase in numbers this summer. the big dance has arrived for two local college basketball squads. mark: that includes the defending national champions at thomas more college. the women' s basketball team is starting this tournament run with the la roche redhawks. the saints will play on their home floor and the tip is set for 7:00 in crestview hills. the mount st. joe men are
hope college in the first round. the tip is set for 6:30 tonight at augustana college in illinois. the greatest show on earth has arrived in cincinnati. lisa: this weekend you can check out circus xtreme from ringling brothers and barnum & bailey. jennifer schack is live at u.s. bank arena. good morning. jennifer: good morning. we' re going to be talking to the mongolian marvels, the strongmen. let me say, they are legit. i already tried to pick up these kettles and they are over 50 pounds. they' re tossing them around like a big deal. they are the real deal. you get a chance to meet them if you come down before the show starts, and are before him. he is doing his own little number. i am not sure about this. how heavy are those? >> 999, 1000. jennifer: tummy about the
impressive -- tell me about the mongol in marvels and how impressive they are. >> i am a little out of breath with the workout. as you can tell, they are all the way from mongolia. they juggle these cattle bells -- kettle bells like they weigh nothing. during the show itself, they built a human pyramid that stretches from the ground up about 40 feet in the air. jennifer: how many are there? >> we have the three strongest guys and a bunch of slightly smaller girls who fly in the air. they' re tossing them around. t know. there are three of them who balance on their heads upside down, then they take on a weight of 150 pounds. it stretches all the way up. the total of the pyramid is about 800 pounds plus. jennifer: that is crazy.
bmx riders coming up. the circus kicking off two shows today, three on saturday and two on sunday. jennifer schack, wlwt news 5. lisa: again, she is wearing the cape. i think she brought that with her. i don' t think they gave it to her. it is nice. glittery. the circus is also going to attract a crowd outside u.s. bank arena. mark: cincinnati animal advocates are organizing protests for every performance this weekend. the group says the circus repeatedly mistreats animals. the decision to retire elephants has been celebrated, but the circus will continue to feature other animals in future performances. lisa: back to your forecast. randi, good morning. randi: lots of stuff to do this weekend, bockfest, wine fest, the circus. the weather, while not perfect, things are improving.
moving out. could see a couple of passing showers tomorrow. by next week, we are all thinking spring. as we look at the radar right now, flurries and snow showers generally along and southeast of the 71 corridor. downtown, things are drying out, maybe a couple of straggler downtown, but the main line has moved to the eastern part of the so. over the last two hours, we have seen the snow clear out. over the next two hours, i expected to completely moved out of the area. by 8:00 and 9:00, everyone is dumb was full or his and snow showers. then we patiently wait for sunshine. 34 right now i cvg. you will notice most accounts at work couple of degrees above freezing -- most towns at or above freezing. toward 5:00 this afternoon, 40 degrees.
couple of degrees warmer to the south. we will see a little bit of sunshine. i am thinking spring. i know it is early march, but this is the day that gets on my calendar as soon as the softserve shacks close down in october, it is opening day at the loveland dairy whip. a bunch of them are opening today. 5:00, 39, picks of sunshine. 8:00, 37. that is my son last year who needed a bath after his first ice cream cone of the season. clouds around at lunchtime, but by late in the day, the sunshine -- the sunshine going on. dry and sunshine for bockfest. tells me been tonight. tomorrow, a gloomy look. we may see passing showers at times. there is potential if you are dissipating the bockfest 5k, you may have a couple of showers.
the bockfest 5k, you may have a couple of showers. not a total washout. upper 40' s to around 50 degrees on saturday. today, 40, flurries moving out and sunshine going late in the day. tonight, 30' s, clouds roll back in and tomorrow, 49 degrees, a couple of passing showers. on sunday, bring on the sunshine. temperatures back in the low 50' s. next week, each day, highs in the mid and maybe upper 60' s. we have a round of rain rolling in our direction wednesday and thursday. lisa: thank you. a message from the market limiter in goshen. -- mark cook elementary in goshen. >> our teacher is the teacher of the week. mark: nailed it. coming up, we will tell you who of the week.
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and create an economy and democracy that works for all and not just the powerful few. kyla: welcome back. taking a look at the cut-in-the-hill, getting heavy northbound. not causing any problems on the roads.
you may see a few flurries, but randi is telling us they will get out of the way soon and we will have warmer temperatures. it is time now to honor our teacher of the week. this week we honor mrs. carolyn
goshen. the parent who nominated her said mrs. petty splits her day between two elementary buildings and is an extreme blessing to staff and kids. her special area class is established with the same rigorous expectations as a core class. mrs. petty said the recognition means so much to her. >> as the music teacher, you' re right, we don' t always get appreciated. and it means a lot to have my because it means that i' m getting recognized beyond just by the kids. kyla: mrs. petty walked away with a swag bag full of goodies from our friends bob and marianne at warm 98 and the team at modern office methods. best of all, the class was treated to a pizza party by westshore pizza. if you have a teacher you think should be teacher of the week, go to wlwt.com. look under the contests tab for details on how to nominate your favorite teacher. mark? mark: a new bill could help kentucky students graduate with a college degree without tuition bills. the work ready kentucky program
cost of state, community, and technical colleges. it would cost around $13 million the first year, $20 million after that. it could face opposition from governor evan who once to cut state spending. -- governor bevin who wants to cut state spending. lisa: donations continue to pour in for the rabbit hash general store after a fire last month. this morning, kelly elementary school in burlington will present a check to the owners of the store. the money was collected by students. it will go towards restoring the 185-year-old historic landmark. mark: randi as another check on the forecast and when the snow could possibly get out of here. randi: for many spots -- gone. looking at the wlwt radar, over the last hour, snow showers moving out of the 275 loop. there may be a couple of straggler flurries, but the line continues to roll to the south and east. by the time we get to the 8:00 hour, even those in mason and
showers. it is a big weekend, a good thing we' re getting rid of the snow. maybe the burning of the snowman, precipitation retaliation did its job, because no snow in the forecast for bockfest. tonight, 39 degrees, sunshine at 6:00. bockfest 5k tomorrow morning, 39, maybe some showers. for the sausage queen contest saturday night, expect it to be around 43. decent, but cool weather for bockfest. tomorrow. sunday, sunshine returns. next week we are in the 60' s. kyla: a decent start for the friday morning commute. hopping onto 471, a pretty quick commute northbound from the 275 interchange. maybe heading eastbound or westbound from parts of northern kentucky or from the kellogg in california area of 275, off to a
heading northbound on to 471, only slowing down to 62 miles per hour, so still seeing good speeds. six minutes for your commute for the daniel carter beard bridge. traffic is really picking up on the northbound side of the bridge heading into downtown. you will start to need a little extra time come just a couple of extra minutes on 471. across the board, we will see the travel times pick up a bit. we will keep you updated. mark: thank you. a mother reports her baby missing. how she ended up facing charges after the baby was found. >> two dead, a woman in the hospital after a crash in northern kentucky. i am live at uc medical center
mark: a mother and her child killed. what investigators are saying about what went wrong before a head-on collision in northern kentucky. >> chief is that the -- is that the baby, chief? lisa: the desperate search for a baby comes to an end. the charges the mother is facing after this moment with police. mark: the candidates rev up their attacks on donald trump in the motor city. how trump handled it in the latest republican debate. >> from cincinnati' s wlwt ,
mark: good morning, everyone. we get ready for the first weekend in march. we' re waiting for that snow to get out of here. good morning, i' m mark hayes. lisa: and i' m lisa cooney. we will get to marker headlines and a check on the morning commute in a moment. let' s start with a check on the forecast. randi rico, good morning. randi: i know everyone is excited to get rid of the snow. right now in downtown cincinnati, we are watching the last few flurries move through. as we zoom in, you will notice much of the 275, the snow line has moved to the southeast of that. the back edge rolling through northern portions of brown county and you can see over the last two hours, we watched the back edge move through much of the area. give it another two hours. even folks down toward maysville will be done with all of this snow at least for now. generally, the trend is for warmer air.
i have no snow in the forecast for the next seven days. right now, 34 at cvg and mason. 35 in hamilton. the planner for today, flurries coming to an end by 8:00 for everyone, 30 two degrees. the clouds will linger. a gloomy sky through the morning. 36 at noon. the sun will start to keep down later this afternoon. we' re only going to make it down to 40 today. 50' s for the weekend. tons of 60' s in the seven-day. first, the roads. kyla: a great start for our if you' re getting ready to head near the route 32 area, traveling maybe toward used this portion of the road. we do have an accident reported here. once inside the 275 loop, state route 32 is closed at dry run
traveling through that area along 32, you will want to avoid that short portion of it. we will keep you updated and let you know when it reopens. all of our interstates are off to a great start. lisa: thank you. developing now, a mother and young girl killed in a car crash in cold spring, kentucky. this morning, police plan to release new details surrounding this accident. mark: dan griffin is live at uc medical where another victim is still being treated. dan: investigators tell us the woman who crossed the centerline survived. she is here at uc medical center her condition is not clear. cold spring police tell us the crash happened about 7:00 last night on u.s. 27. a mother and now daughter were killed as the woman crushed -- crossed the centerline. police say the area is not prone to accidents, but they say any all involved.
it is probably the worst thing you can see and law enforcement. we have officers over at uc trying to investigate to determine what information they can provide for us. dan: police have not elaborated on the names of the people involved in this crash. they tell us they are working to determine a cause of the crash, exactly how and why this happened in the first place. we' re expecting an update later this morning, and we will keep bring you the latest. dan griffin, wlwt news 5. lisa: thank you. first on wlwt, police scramble after a mother says her 18-day-old baby was inside a stolen car. now the mother is under arrest for lying to police. wlwt news 5' s andrew setters was there when it all unfolded. andrew is live in the studio with more on what really happened. andrew: police said she lied about her daughter being in the car. what they don' t know is why.
>> chief, is that the -- is that the baby, chief? andrew: we brought it to you live here on wlwt. na' cole benton is being held in lock-up now, facing a list of charges. she told police yesterday her ford focus was stolen, with 18 day old lamilyan mccollum in the back seat. now police say that was not true. we were there and brought it to you live as benton rolled up in front of her house in the west end, and walked in carrying her baby during the middle of this massive search. police now think she reported the car and baby missing, then took her baby, hopped in a cab, and went to a friend' s house. the massive search across the city was for nothing. >> this has been a very trying day for not only our officers and investigating efforts this , yielded a tremendous amount of resources to try and locate this child. charges over the stolen car stolen. benton is facing a list of charges including inducing panic in court this morning. children' s services has her
now. lisa: it really was a crazy chain of events. re standing outside the apartments and she shows up. andrew: it is crazy. the police chief is there, the assistant chief is there. at that moment, it is tough to even see. she pulls up in the car, gets out, and a happened -- what struck me, the kind of moment, we cover breaking news on facebook and twitter, but that get on live tv. mark: happening today, men expected in court after found sleeping in his car with two guns new madison local schools. -- near madison local schools. deputies say the man was intoxicated and had two handguns and a box of ammo. after the school shooting earlier this week, middletown schools and out a robocall about the incident. they later apologized to parents for inaccurately saying it happen on madison school property. new details on the death of hamilton firefighter patrick
s coroner says he was not killed by his fall into the burning home' s basement. autopsy results show he died of smoke inhalation after his fall through the floor of a pater avenue home in december. investigators have ruled the fire as arson, and wolterman' s death is considered a homicide. no arrests have been made so far. lisa: new details on a plan to upgrade security at cincinnati city hall. city manager harry black has announced the date to implement the changes. he released a memo saying expect to see metal detectors back at the entrances by april 4. employees to wear id badges, adding car access doors on other floors, and restricting parking on plum street, mail and video security changes all expected sometime this summer. in commitment 2016, the latest republican debate got heated and intense between the candidates. engines.
the cocoa nikole: this was a last-ditch effort to stop trump from getting the nomination. piling on from his donations to democrats to trump university, which is now facing a lawsuit. >> he is trying to con people into getting their vote, just like he can' t people into getting their money. >> he doesn' t go to vote. the people of florida can' t stand him. the people in florida would not elect him dogcatcher. nikole: missing last night, ben carson. yes not officially dropped out of plans to address his next campaign move today at a conservative political conference. in washington, i am nikole killion reporting. marconi democratic -- mark: hillary clinton' s private e-mail server. the former staffer set it up in
investigators after being granted immunity by the justice department. he had invoked his fit the mimic right before congressional investigators last fall. -- fifth amendment right before congressional investors last fall. clinton is pleased he is cooperating with the justice department. lisa: a check on traffic. ring us up today. kyla: if you accidents have popped up. -- a few accidents have popped up. state route 32 in newtown is closed at little dry run road. it is a pretty big thoroughfare through this portion of our community. inside the 275 loop and further east into parts of clermont county. this particular accident sitting just west of the 275 interchange. an accident at fields girl. a couple of areas to avoid this morning as you had outside. interstate travel looking as it should, have your -- heavier at
the next 30 minutes or so, you will start to need the extra time. let' s check in with randi rico. bring on the 60' s. randi: we' re looking over the last two hours, snow showers rolled out of downtown cincinnati. you can see they are fading pretty quickly. generally along the 71-75 and 275 corridors, the last couple of flurries are quickly getting out of town. you will notice things are looking a lot better. morning. as the kids head out to the bus stop, southeast, couple of flurries lingering, 32 degrees. slow leasing sunshine and slowly warming up over the weekend. i will have the 60' s and the of minutes. mark: thank you. new rules for the northgate with the policies will mean for young shoppers starting tonight.
somewins to join the big dance this year. number 24 smu is coming to fifth third arena. that tip is set for noon, and then the bearcats will get a couple days off before the american athletic conference tournament. that kicks off thursday in orlando. lisa: xavier is also hoping for a strong finish to secure a top seed on selection sunday. the musketeers are wrapping up the regular season tomorrow, hosting creighton at the cintas center. the big east tournament is up after that. that kicks off wednesday in new york city. starting tonight, the northgate mall is enforcing a new policy. mark: mall officials are starting family evenings, and this will impact younger shoppers. kyla woods joins us now with the details. kyla: the first family evening is tonight. after 5:00 p.m., anyone under the age of 17 will need to be accompanied by someone 21 or older. this is a new mall policy for friday and saturday nights, and it goes back to a recent disturbance involving a group of teens. last month, six teenagers were hit with criminal charges and police said they were acting
police said there were as many as 100 teenagers hanging out at the mall when they stepped in. mall officials say they developed this plan with police and community feedback. colerain township police will help enforce the new policy on northgate property including parking lots. mark: thank you. a new playground is in the works to help kids learn about history in an interactive way. the behringer-crawford museum in covington is collaborating with the devou good project to build a nature playscape behind the museum. the play area will let children discover local fossils in replicated archeological digs, build and settle into cabins like the pioneers did, and even travel down the ohio river on flatboats. natureplay is set to open in june, but a test run with local kids will take place this afternoon. lisa: snow on thursday, ice cream on friday. it is opening day at the loveland dairy whip. it' s a tradition as winter winds down. the dairy whip' s season spans from the first weekend in march
september. this year, there will be more variety. the dairy whip is going to offer six new permanent flavors of soft serve ice cream. circus extreme has rolled in the cincinnati. mark: and a performance from ringling bros. and barnum & bailey circus. jennifer schack is live at u.s. bank arena with her helmet as she joins the act. good morning. jennifer: that was helmet-free. i asked what were the chances of problems, and a tommy hours fine. -- and they told me i was fine. tell me what you guys are doing in the show. >> we are featured in a lot of production numbers around here. we put on a great show. we have over and under, side-by-side, flips and spins with our ramps and bikes. we' re here to put on a good show.
>> we have seven riders in our troupe. kids love it. jennifer: it seems like you have been riding bikes for a long time because i have minimal skills personally. how may times have you done that job? >> probably thousands of times. jennifer: you are part of the preshow, right? >> yes, we are part of the preshow. we open up the doors an hour early and spectators are allowed to come down on the floor, get autographs, photos, come meet us and shake hands, whatever. it is good. jennifer: amazing stunt they been practicing for a while, they can do so many crazy turnarounds, throw around bike moves. i followed by regular two wheeler. i have to return the cape. two shows today, three tomorrow, and two on sunday.
lisa: keep the cape. mark: put it in your bag. it will fold up. lisa: tell them the clown took it. arco we are that influence. randi: it is a big weekend. we have wine fest, bockfest. mark: college hoops. randi: the weather is nudging up to the better side. it is not perfect this morning and yesterday we ended up officially at cvg with 2.2 inches of slushy snow falling. when you add that into the seasonal total, it puts us at 19.1 for the season. basically, where we should be for the time of year. i am ready to get rid of the snow. after the flurries end this morning, no more stole my seven-day forecast. looking at the radar, much of the 275 loop is flurry-free. showers moving off to the south and east.
portions of highway -- highland county, crossing over into portions of pendleton county at the moment. between now and about 8 :30, flurry-free. the murky look to the sky will stick around for several hours. 36 degrees currently, winds out of the west at about six miles per hour. at lunchtime, 36. this afternoon, the sun will peek out, right around 40 degrees. not the warmest day, but slowly getting warmer through the weekend. futurecast showing cloudy skies at lunchtime. this evening for the bockfest parade at 6:00 in front of arnold' s, there will be sunshine, no rain or snow. it is a good thing. they burn the stomach to get rid of the snow. there is -- they burn the snowman to get rid of the snow. there will be no snow. tomorrow, a cloudy day. scattered showers role in in the
i think most of this will come down as light, passing rain showers. they may be around for the bockfest 5k tomorrow morning. i would keep an amberley handy. -- umbrella handy. temperatures are about to jump up. today, 40 for the high, flurries ending. tonight, 30. tomorrow, passing showers in the forecast. with the clouds, may not quite make it to 50. sunday, sunshine and 52. next week, high temperatures every day in the mid and upper 60' s. yes, it almost looks like springtime. kyla: if you' re traveling through the newtown area, we' re the closure on 32 in both directions near dry run road. that is due to an accident, a car into a pole. interstate travel looks good, 17 minutes out of butler county. the northeast corner of 275,
mark: welcome back. a mother and her child killed in a crash after a driver crosses lanes, hitting them head-on. lisa: that driver is being treated at uc medical center. wlwt news 5' s dan griffin is there with the latest. dan: good morning. the woman who police say crossed a center line and caused this crash is here at uc medical center. her condition, not known at this point. police say this crash happened on u.s. 27 at about 7:00 last night. officers say a mother and young daughter were killed after that woman driving southbound crossed the center line and hit them head-on as they drove northbound. investigators say this area that it happened is not prone to crashes. no names have been released at this point. investigators are working to determine factors in this crash. we are expecting an update from coldspring police later and we will keep working on the story for you. for now, live at uc medical center, dan griffin, wlwt news 5. mark: thank you. police launch an intense search after a mother says her
stolen car. now the mother is under arrest for lying to police. wlwt news 5' s andrew setters is live in the newsroom with what police are saying really andrew, good morning. she lied. what police aren' t exactly sure why, but police spent a lot time and effort trying to find a na' now. she' s charged with inducing panic and making false reports after claiming her car was stolen with her newborn inside. lamilyan mccollum was the subject of a massive search yesterday when police thought she was in the backseat of a stolen car. the car was found. the baby wasn' t in it. then benton showed up back at her home in the west end carrying her baby in her arms. , police think she reported the car stolen, snuck out of the house with her baby, took a cab to a friend' s house, and hung out there. she is doing court this morning, obstructing official business, making false alarms, inducing panic are charges she is facing. her baby and two older children
lisa: thank you. we could have four candidates going after the republican nomination by the end of the day. ben carson hinted he could drop out today. he sat out of the republican debate last night, the first of days in super tuesday. the kentucky republican caucus mark:the kentucky republican caucus takes place tomorrow, and voting times are 10:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. all 11 presidential candidates who filed to participate in the caucus will remain on the ballot. however, signs will be posted at caucus locations to inform voters about which candidates have dropped out of the race. kentucky voters had to be registered as republicans by december 31 in order to take part in this weekend' s caucus. lisa: rounding out the top five, the party is about to get started for bockfest. the annual bockfest parade sets off at 6:00 p.m. in front of arnold' s downtown. bockfest will run through the weekend and will include the fourth annual bockfest 5k saturday morning.
your friday forecast. randi: we are those flurries out of here early. in most towns, the flurries have come to an end. i think we will get some sunshine late in the day. today, a high around 40. looking over the last two hours, snow showers have come to an end. downtown into hamilton county. right now the only lingering snow through highland, brown, bracken, mason, and robertson counties. about 8:00 a.m., most places should be totally done with it. really flurries. i lunchtime, 36. by 4:00, 40. tomorrow heading out to bockfest or anything, expect possible showers. sunshine returns on sunday. the warm air i know everyone is hoping for is in the forecast, pretty much all of next week with high temperatures in the mid and upper 60' s. mark: looking forward to next middle of the week. that is weird. to bring you wendy' s north pacific cod sandwich we send guys like this... on boats like these... in weather like this... all the way up here... for wild caught fish like this...
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